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Hio. I have a MacBook Pro that I got in 2007. It is currently suffering severe kernal panics. Very elaborate grids. Anyways, I need to get the hard drive out. I noticed the screws on the laptop are extremely small. What kind of screw driver do I buy?
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#00 and #0 phillips both work, but I prefer using the #0.
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#00 and #0 phillips both work, but I prefer using the #0.
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Thank you. I will be ordering this one tomorrow: Amazon.com: Screwdriver, #0 Phillips: Best Service Stores
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Thank you. I will be ordering this one tomorrow: Amazon.com: Screwdriver, #0 Phillips: Best Service Stores
Wooh there. You will also need a T6 torx screwdriver for the screws under the ram cover. You can order a set of screwdrivers from the ebays for just a few bucks and they are generally of accaptable quality.

I have this one.

not the greatest thing in the world but pretty good and has everything I would ever need for computer repair (minus a triwing which you need to take the battery out on newer macs).

Try to find one that ships from the USA so it dosent take 2 weeks to get here.


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